Tulip flower

Tulip flower

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Caption: Tulip flower. Close-up of the reproductive parts of a tulip flower (Tulipa sp.). The pollen grains (the male sex cells of the plant) are borne on the six anthers (black). An anther and its supporting filament are together known as a stamen, and form the male part of the flower. The female part of the flower is the carpel. It is composed of the stigma (red, centre), supported on the style, at the base of which are the flower's ovaries. A pollen grain landing on the stigma grows down the style to the ovaries, where fertilisation of the ovules (the female sex cells) takes place.

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Keywords: anther, anthers, botany, carpel, flower, flowering part, nature, parts, plant, plants, pollen, reproduction, reproductive, stamen, stamens, stigma, structure, structures, tulip, tulipa sp.

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